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PERSONAL NOTES 



From Bob Henderson: "I would assume that 
you've spoken to Dave Behrens recently so that 
any information I have will probably be old hat. 
In case it isn 't, the big recerit news is two trawled 
specimens of Platjdoris nacfarlandi, apparently 
the first seen since around 1951. We got photos 
of the living animals as well as the actual sponge 
substrate Vaej_ were living on. Dave and I are 
putting the linal touches on a redesoriDtion 
complete with photos." 

Dave Mu.lliner and friends have been doing some 
collecting off the islands near San Diego and 
collecting some interesting animals. I hope a 
paper will be forthcoming in the near fut'jr-e. 

From Eveline Marcus: "I am almost throug,h 
[January 1982] with the Pieurobranchaeidae, sotue 
30 species, of which about 10 are unrecognizable. 
But I have the reprodactive organs of 14 or 15- 
The rest are synonyms. Now comes the tedious 
finishing the MS, the figures are nearly all ready. 
So I don t have more to tell, this has taken all my 
time and thoughts." 

About May 21st, Jim Lance, Connie Boone and 
some other folks will be travelling to L.A. Bay, 
Mexico, for about 8 day's collecting. 

Between 23 April and 30 April, 1982, Steve Lons 
and Roberta Remhard will be travelling to Sanibel 
Island, Florida for a business meeting (Steve won 
a sales contest). They hope to see Kerry Clark 



VoliEse 14(4):'52 April, 1982 

and Kathe Jensen while there. Kathe is to be in 
Florida around that time. If anyone else will be 
around, please contaot Kerry Clark or Steve Long 
to see if we can get together. 

EDITOR'S NOTE 

I am looking for a way to keep the content of 
the Opisthobranch Newsletter similar to past 
years in terms of open communications and 

gersonal notes. I hope that everyone will read 
r. Edmunds' comments and seriously consider the 
course she ON should take. As a pure information 
resource, I feel the ON has provided a mo3t 
valuable service and it can continue to do so in 
the future. I would like to provide the 
publication forum as well but that will depend on 
the majority of you and what you feel is proper. 
I definitely do not want to lose the open comments 
on all aspects of opisthobranchs. 



INFOBMATIOM WANTED 

From Bob Henderson (Pacific Bio-Marine Labs, 
Inc., P.O. Box 536, Venice, CA 90291): "I'm 
interested in finding out whether anyone else has 
run across incidences of color attenuation ^or 
loss as a function of increasing Jepth. I've 
collected a few specimens of deep water 
Archidoris which seem to point to this trend but 
not anywhere near enough to make any claims. I'd 
be interested in any input on Archidoris or other 
dorid species." 

CHil'JGE OF ADDRESS/NEW SUBSCRIBERS 

Here is the rest of the List of people I would like 
to have current addresses verified: 

Gloria Snivel y 

Dr. Gamil N. Soliman 

M Sordi 

Sam Spaulding 

Mr. Gale Sphon 

Mike Spieth 

Joan Steinberg 

Cathy Lamar Stephens 

Linda L. Stephens 

Hugh M. Stirts 

V. ^torch 

E.R, Strong 

M. Switzer-Dunlap 

Iwao Taki 

Dennis L. Taylor 

Dr. Dv/ight Taylor 

Ronald F. Thomas 

Dr. Thomas E. Thompson 

Christopher D. Todd 

Robert Treiease 

Richard K. Trench 

Ruth D. Turner 

V. Urgorri 

Nardo Vicente 

Howard Wachtel 

Edgar T. VJalters 

S. Weaver 

U. Welch 

Gary Williams 

Irfilkie A. Wilson 

Heinz G. Wolff 

Terufumi Yamasu 

John Lee Yarnall 

Dr. David K. Young 

Sheldon Zack 

Dr. Bernhard Zoder 



OPISTHCBRAIICH MEMSLETTER 

Ronald Rutowski 
Department of Zoology 
Arizona State University 
Tempe, AZ 85281 

Roger D. Longley 

Alison J. Longley 

Friday Harbor Laboratories 

Friday Harbor, WA 98250 

Scott Johnson 

Mid Pacific Research Laboratory 

P.O. Box 1768 

APO San Francisco, CA 96555 

If you know of anyone with a continuing 
association or interest in opisthobranchs, please 
send me their current address and phone numbers 
where available. Please include thier current 
status and interest if known (eg -- Student, 
Professor, no interest, amateur) 

CURRENT EVENTS 

Bay Area Malacologists, Saturday, March 6. 
1982, 10am to 4pm. First floor, SheU Building #8 
(Room 8111), U.S. Geological Survey, 275 
Mivi Jlefield Road, Menlo Park, California. Write 
or call for info: Gene Coan, 891 San Jude Ave., 
Palo Alto, CA 94306, (415) 493-8242 (evenings). 
Sorry that I did not get this information out 
earlier. 

The American Malacological Union annual 
meetings will be held in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 
1982; in Seattle, Washington, in 1983, and probably 
in Norfolk, Virginia, in 1984. For information on 
membership contact Dr. Robert Robertson, Depart- 
ment of Malacology, Academy of Natural Sciences 
of Philadelphia, 19th and the Parkway, Philadel- 
phia, PA 19103. 

Western Society of Malacologists annual 
meeting, University of Redlands, Redlands, 
California, June 20-23, 1982. For information 
contact: Ms. Kit Stewart, 19 La Rancheria, Carmel 
Valley, CA 93921. The call for papers is out now. 
Contact Dave Mulliner. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY OF OPISTHOBRANCEIA 

10069 Bavendam, Fred, 1980.' Beneath Cold 
Waters: The ^fetrine Life of New England. Down East 
Books, Camden, Maine, 127p. [A gorgeous book, 
cover to cover superb underwater color 
photography. /Jl invertebrate phyla and fish 
covered. You've got to see it to believe it. 8x10 
color photos of Aeolidia papillosa, Coryphella 
veirucosa and Onchidoris bilamellata. Smaller 
photos of Cadlina laevis & Polycera dubia. 

10070 Kuppe-mann, I. & T.C. Carew, 1974. 
Behavior patterns of Aplysia caHfornica in its 
natural environment. R^'aav. Biol., 12:317-337. 

10071 Meinkoth, Norman A., 1982. Fisld Guide to 
Morth Aaerican Seas.hore Creatures. The Audubon 
Society. Chanticleer Press, New York^ 798p., 690 
color photos. [31 opisthobranch species covered 
from two coasts of the US. 31 color photos of 
branchs. The book is very hard to use because 
the species are grouped by shape, a format the 
Audubon series has always used. In this case the 
nudibranch section includes flatworms and the 
cucumber Parastichopus. One sea hare is even 
includer; with the anemones. Photographs are 
beautiful: familiar branchers providing photos 
include Hans Bertsch, Dan Gotshall & Dave 
Behrens] 



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Rostan^ pulchra is elliptical with both anterior 
and posterior ends 'rounded. Small Mspid 
papillae with glandular tips (oaryophyllidia) 
cover the dorsum and are strenghtened by 
surrounding spicules^ • The rhinophofea of this 
species are unique (see Behrens, 1930,. figure Z'^j 
with a cylindrical extension set above 20i~c4 
nearly vertical lamellae. The general body color 
of RostaB.ga pulehra has been reported to varv' 
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pxilchra was collected in Morro Bay, ualirorrsia,, 
which did not match the above color description. 
' ne speciaen was collected on a sand substrate at 

depth of 6m directly under the Coast Guard pier, 

:';a body was almost colorless; the only 

-i-istmguishing coloration being a spot of white 

pigjuentation on the back of the rninophores 

'Figure 1). All other sior-phological features 

^reed with those of a typical R. pulchra. 



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either an exotic or an introduced species. Lance 
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papillae for the presence of white coloration 
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northeastern Pacific, regardless of their overall 
■""roUisd Golori sDses?° to share a cotSifion tiraxt -»— 
the marginal papillae bear opaque white tips in 
contrast to those, covering the notum in general. 
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* c Cristhobrancfes of ths 
Sea Ctaliengers, Los Osos, 

"" C^C2V1a^"-^^ -^0, r a - -'ace, I966. Studies of 
^2T~-^^4-i-,^Kv^ g '-follwrtis cT the Pacific Coast 

c* ^crth w C-lafo^naa Acad. Sci. 5^6d, 

C1V7C '-cu^^d, Caiy B.. K77. A Review ot the 
*^ zdi '~'"ci''C'''3 f t'"'^ Cali^'~~'"ia Coast- Hasters 
Thesis. California State Univ., Ha ward. 37 3p. „ 

1G0<1 Nybakken, James & Gary McDonald, 1931. 
Feeding Mechardsms of 'West American Nudibfanqbs 
Feedin.s on Bryozoa, Cnidaria, and Ascidiacea, with 
Soecial Rescect to the Sadula. Malacolcgia, 

bl^38"l-1arcus, Ernst, 1959- Lamellariacea und 
Orlsthobranchia^ ReDo_ris of the Lund Univ. Chile 
Exoed. 1948-19^9? Nc^ <t. Lands Only. Arsskr» S.r. 
(2) 55(9):l-'!33, fi.^.s- l-(96.-> 

09990 Morris. Robert H,, Donald P. Aboott and 
Eugene C. Haderlie, 198O. Intertidal Inverte- 
brates of CaliiTornia. Stanford Univ. Press. 69Co-